GMax RN Egret Class Sloop V1.0 by Stuart277
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    Icon22 Stuart277...your library amazed me again

    Stuart277,

    I am going through gathering ships to upgrade The Balkans project. I had an entire laundry list of ships. About eighty percent of them you had done. Among them included...

    Abdiel-class minelayer

    Hunt-class minesweeper

    Queen Elizabeth-class battleship

    Carlisle-class cruiser
    Dido-class cruiser
    Ceres-class cruiser

    Leander-class cruiser (HMS Ajax - Virtual Navy)
    Town-class cruiser (HMS Manchester - CG shipyard)

    Fiji/Colony-class cruiser (HMS Kenya - CG shipyard)

    Scott-class destroyer (Scrap Iron Flotilla)
    V and W-class destroyer (Scrap Iron Flotilla)
    Tribal-class destroyer
    J-class destroyer (Groundcrew)
    K-class destroyer (Groundcrew)
    P-class destroyer
    I-class destroyer
    H-class destroyer
    G-class destroyer
    D-class destroyer

    You even did the Greek Kilkis battleship!

    I'm going to use the Black Swan-class sloop as a substitute for the Egret-class.

    Many thanks, well done!
    "Rami"

    "Me? I'm just a Sea of Tranquility in an Ocean of Storms, babe."

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    Hi Rami
    Thank you for your kind comment.
    CFS2 is the sum of many.
    Check your PM.
    Take care
    Stuart

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    Icon22 GMax RN Egret Class Sloop V1.0 by Stuart277


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Ships repaints Add-Ons

    Description: GMax RN Egret Class Sloops for CFS2 V1.0

    There are three ships in this download.

    RN_EgretSloop_1939_LOD
    RN_EgretSloop_1943_LOD
    RN_EgretSloop_1944_LOD

    GMax models are included

    Take Care,

    Stuart

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit GMax RN Egret Class Sloop V1.0.zip
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Stuart,

    Many thanks for these, I will make sure the HMS Auckland is included during the troop evacuations! Thank you also for the other British, Greek, and Italian ships you have done as well!
    "Rami"

    "Me? I'm just a Sea of Tranquility in an Ocean of Storms, babe."

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    Lovely work Stuart. Many thanks!

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    You will likely see lots of Stuart's ships in the D-Day project......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devildog73 View Post
    You will likely see lots of Stuart's ships in the D-Day project......



    excellents projets , personnellement j'ai de nombreuses missions de la guerre aéronavale de Méditerranée
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    Nice sub panel , you are going to upload it I hope ,
    Thanks Stu , always a treat to see your ships ,

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    Navires de Stuart avec de nombreux sous-chasseurs et frégates ....... Sourire.

    Oui?
    Devildog73

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    pour Stuart 277

    pouvez vous fabriquer les navires français suivant:

    l'aviso colonial Bougainville
    les avisos-dragueurs Elans et Annamite
    les avisos de la WWI Tahure et marne

    avec mes remerciments amicaux

    Dombral

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarg Willy View Post
    Nice sub panel , you are going to upload it I hope ,
    Thanks Stu , always a treat to see your ships ,
    Il s'agit des navires pilotables donc à classer dans AIRCRAFT de

    Tango Romeo et Tom Sandford ;
    TR_TypeVII

    virtuel navy : VN_Gato_Class_VC et VN_SRobertsA

    Ground Crew: GC_SBoot_S10A

    bon vent

    Dombral

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devildog73 View Post
    sous-chasseurs
    If you are referring to "sub-hunters", you may use "chasseurs de sous-marins" in French.

    "Sous-chasseur"... well... It sounds like an "under-fighter", "barely a fighter", or something less than a fighter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roxane-21 View Post
    If you are referring to "sub-hunters", you may use "chasseurs de sous-marins" in French.

    "Sous-chasseur"... well... It sounds like an "under-fighter", "barely a fighter", or something less than a fighter.

    Merci!

    I studied French in school for four years. Then I studied German for two years.
    I lived in Germany for three years and only visited France several times.
    It has been six years since I have spoken a word of French in France.
    Even then, I had little need to talk about war ships..smile.
    I was more interested in shopping, eating, buying wine, eating, shopping,......
    So, my ability to speak, understand, etc., has left me.

    PS
    Had I known you were living in Strasbourg, I would have PM'd you.
    I visited your beautiful city several times.
    Rami visited me while living in Stuttgart and he and I would have come for a visit.
    Devildog73

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